The Silver Cross Wave and the Silver Cross Coast have each become fan favorites for parents looking for an amazing stroller. While both are beautiful, there are key differences between them. Both strollers have multiple configurations and can convert into a double stroller. The Coast is a simplified version of the Wave. The Silver Cross Wave can be made into a double stroller right out of the box, while the Coast does include a seat and bassinet, but the same canopy and belly bar are used for both. The calf support is different as well. The Wave has more premium features and retails for $1299. The Coast does weighs less and retails for $999

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WAVE COAST
Dimensions 44″ L x 24″ W x 37-43″ H 43″ L x 24″ W x 36-43″ H
Folded Dimensions 38″ l x 24″ w x 15″ H 37″ x 24″ x 15.5″
Weight 30.8 lbs 27.75 | Carrycot: 6.5 lbs
Weight Capacity 55 lbs for toddler seat 6 months – 55 lbs
Wheel Size Rear wheels: 11″
Front wheel: 7.5″
Wheel Type foam-filled tires foam-filled tires
Basket Size Large large
Suspension 4 Wheel Suspension 4 Wheel Suspension
Configurations 30 17
Reversible Seat
Canopy Two large panels and two pop-out sun visor with a plastic peekaboo window & a hidden mesh window which can be exposed for ventilation UPF 50+ canopy and the extending sun visor and peekaboo ventilation panel
Recline
Lockable Front Wheels
Adjustable handlebar
Price $1,299.00 $999.00

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